Reflections on gathering power
Hey Jonathan. Did you know about the “glass delusion” mentioned first in the Middle Ages? That duplicity of ‘being there’ and ‘not being there’ Its sort of connected (at least in my mind), with the commodifying of life and its’ living. It’s like Banksy”s stencil of the battler feeding to a dog it’s own mutilated leg-bone... I was thinking the same about war and bureaucracy... as different rhythms of devastating violence. The vessel and the crop both move you, one is tiny going through you, the other one is not... (We are going to need a bigger boat).
thank you, Jonathan. Healing.
Thank you for this. Quick note: the Cage quote is actually attributed to Corita Kent—from her Ten Rules for Teachers and Students. Cage used the rules often though and added some insights to the original version.
Beautiful work man. Have you read Power vs. Force by David Hawkins? See you Sunday?
Yes awesome scenes and the people taking part in the film were locals in trance for hours in the furnace I think. Well remembered Jonathan